It’s getting upon the end of March. We are past the Ides and St Patrick’s Day so I figure getting on the end is true. The question is what is next. March, Spring, Lions and Lambs March came in like a lamb. Days were above or close to the average temperature for the month. I… Continue reading March, Lions, Lambs and Spring
A few weeks ago, I started a post that was going to be my opinion on one thing that was happening in the world. Instead, the post turned into a mish-mash of of opinions on several recent items I had been thinking of. Could I write a big post about each item? Yes. Do I… Continue reading This and That
I had two fairly lengthy blog posts about individually unique items all set to publish. One would be geared towards running and hydration, the other towards education in a way. Now I think you are going to get several small snippets of this and that, all of which may become full blown blog posts in… Continue reading This and That Tuesday
I know most people are ranting and raving about their college basketball brackets right now. While all the number one seeds are still alive for the moment, the number two seeds have taken a huge hit. My brackets – yes, I filled out two this year – don’t look pretty but I still have a… Continue reading The Madness of It All
To celebrate a state championship in football and a very successful fall sports season – both on and off the field as the overall grade average of all fall sports teams was a 92, the Maine-Endwell School District put on a parade for the both the school and the overall communities.
I have a guest post up at Shooting for the Show. It is a look at the traditions in the Cornell Hockey program. Totally different from my post here yesterday. Hope you go check it out. If you are a hockey fan, you should bookmark Justin’s site.
Last week, my daughter and I picked up a former classmate of hers from university and made what seems to be our annual trek to Cornell University. We live about 40 miles from Ithaca, New York and Cornell is an easy drive for a game or event, providing weather cooperates. The reason for the trip… Continue reading Cornell Hockey
My children go to a school that is known for its academics, a school that is known for its music program and a school that is known for its sports. When you consider the high school – where sports are played most – has approximately 800 students, it is a miracle that there is more… Continue reading State Championships
Who would have thought? Who would have foreseen? No one I am sure of that. I know, cryptic beginning but I am thinking about the mess at Penn State at the moment. I have been on a two week vacation. I was not hiding under a rock but did not pay particular attention to the… Continue reading Penn State Thoughts
I am heading out for a full day of high school homecoming activities today. Throw into that mix a re-dedication of our newly remodeled high school and it is going to be a busy Saturday. To keep you all up on what I am doing, I had a guest post yesterday at Shooting for the… Continue reading Visiting Shooting for the Show